Who We Are

“IASIS” is non-governmental, non-profit organization active in the field of Social Inclusion, Mental Health and De-institutionalization, which actively participates in the psychiatric reform promoted by the Ministry of Health and Social Solidarity and the European Union. IASIS has an official registration as Private Non-Profit Organization. Τhe organization’s main objective is to provide psychosocial support and education to people who either belong to the range of or are at risk of exclusion, and to adult learners in the humanitarian field. IASIS NGO began its preparatory actions in 2005. The first housing structure, a boarding house for 15 people with mental retardation, started to operate in 2006 and a 2nd boarding house with another 15 people started to operate in 2018. In 2008, IASIS NGO’s activities in the field of deinstitutionalization were extended with a Day Centre for people with psychosocial problems (80 people each year), and 2 Sheltered Apartments hosting 4 tenants each with mental health issues. Organizational cycle of de-institutionalization culminated at 2014 in the creation of Social Cooperative in 7th Psychiatric Sector named “Archipelagos”.

The organization has also developed a strong network across Europe, through which there have been designed and implemented dozens of Research & Educational Programs in the context of European and national frameworks (Erasmus+, Life-Long Learning, EAA Grants, EFM etc.). Last step to establish IASIS NGO as integrated Center for Psychosocial Education & Training is certification as – VET (KEDIVIM 1) from Greek National Accreditation Organization, a process that ensures organization as an institution for professional development of both beneficiaries and professionals.

Social Network Profiles and Contact Information

Country: Greece                     

Website: www.iasismed.eu

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iasis.athens/

Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/company/iasis-ngo

E-mail: iasisgr@yahoo.com

Telephone: +30 210 8655039

Legal Representative: Mrs Maria Sarri-Iliaki

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